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Shares of Oracle closed at another record high on Thursday, continuing to build on momentum from the company's strong earnings report last week. Thursday's gains show investors are still high on the software giant, even after its 8% jump following the earnings report.

By the numbers: Co-CEO Safra Catz said during a call with investors that she expects earnings of $0.80 to $0.82 a share and flat revenue growth, warning that currency headwinds from the strong dollar could weigh on profits. Of the 32 analysts who cover Oracle, 8 have overweight or buy ratings, 22 have hold ratings and 2 have sell ratings, MarketWatch reported.

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Oil's turbulent long-term future

Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios

The oil sector is facing risks from all sides.

Why it matters: Risk in the industry is nothing new. But these are especially turbulent and uncertain times. The industry's market clout has waned, the future of demand is kind of a mystery, and future U.S. policy is too, just to name three.

Meadows on Wray's voter fraud dismissal: "He has a hard time finding emails in his own FBI"

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows dismissed FBI Director Chris Wray's testimony that the U.S. has never historically seen evidence of widespread voter fraud, including by mail, during an appearance on "CBS This Morning" on Friday.

Why it matters: Meadows' statement highlights the Trump administration's strategy to sow doubt in November's election results by challenging the legitimacy of mail-in ballots, which are expected to skew heavily in Democrats' favor.

The next cliff for the unemployed

Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

A program supporting Americans who are typically ineligible for unemployment benefits will expire at the end of the year, with millions still relying on it as the labor market sputters.

Why it matters: The result could be catastrophic for the economic recovery that Wall Street fears is already fragile.

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